The Alaska Sanders Affair by Joel Dicker

The Alaska Sanders Affair by Joel Dicker

Little remains to be able to immerse ourselves in the new Joel Dicker. And when that happens I'll stop by to give an account of what I've read. From the outset, The Alaska Sanders Affair is presented to us as a sequel. But we already know how Dicker spends them recreating new stories…

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Sympathetic Ink, by Patrick Modiano

Patrick Modiano's sympathetic ink

In its inexhaustible debt with the XNUMXth century. A time increasingly loaded with great stories as we move away in time, Modiano leads us through a plot that recreates that nostalgic notion of the ephemeral. In the idea of ​​the possible trace that we can, or…

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5 best books by Matilde Asensi

Matilde Asensi books

The best-selling author par excellence in Spain is Matilde Asensi. New and powerful voices like that of Dolores Redondo They are approaching this honorary space of the Alicante author, but they still have a long way to go to reach. In his long career, his trade and his number of readers ...

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The Sign of the Cross by Glenn Cooper

The Sign of the Cross by Glenn Cooper

It had been a long time since I came across a story about Christian stigmata that always point to the supernatural as an atavistic memory of those who were chosen by God. So it is worth pointing out this plot that today locates a new case of improvised holiness, of choice ...

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3 best books by Julián Sánchez

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Being able to discover what goes on under the sticks in a basketball game requires the concentration and skill necessary to discover that hand that hits the opponent's arm instead of the ball. Or that plug in the downward trajectory of the ball that invalidates the ...

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The 3 best books of Agatha Christie

Books of Agatha Christie

There are privileged minds capable of posing a thousand and one plots with their corresponding mystery without disheveled or worn out. It is indisputable to point to Agatha Christie as the queen of the detective genre, the one that later branched out into crime novels, thrillers and more. She alone, and without the great help of all ...

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The 3 best books by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Books by Carlos Ruiz Zafón

Back in 2020, one of the greatest writers in substance and form left us. An author who convinced critics and who earned parallel popular recognition translated into best sellers for all of his novels. He is probably the most widely read Spanish writer after Cervantes, perhaps with the permission of…

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5 best books of Javier Sierra

Books of Javier Sierra

Discuss Javier Sierra It means entering the bestseller phenomenon made in Spain. This author from Teruel has become a bestseller of his books in Spain and around the world. all the books of Javier Sierra they offer that typical bill of the great mystery works, with intriguing …

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Never by Ken Follett

Never by Ken Follett

It seems that the Ken Follett prior to the great historical fictions is back. And that is a flashback that places us in the distant 90s. A perfect time for those of us who are already around a not inconsiderable age. And that's why those of us who already read Ken Follet before ...

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Miss Merkel. The case of the retired chancellor

Miss Merkel. The case of the retired chancellor

You never know with this revolving doors for those who leave active politics. In Spain it often happens that former presidents, former ministers and other group of retired leaders end up occupying the most unsuspected offices in large companies. But Germany is really different. There …

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